Wood Types

Beautiful tools start with the wood

Over the course of 5 years we have come to love working with all types of materials. And after lots of turning, sanding and testing we have discovered that not all woods are created equal. There are woods that are great for some of our products but, just don't work for others.

Below you will find a list of our most commonly used woods. This is by no means complete but, it will give you an idea of what we can easily get. Supply changes over the course of time because of popularity, farming practices, and even politics. So, woods labeled as exotic will cost more.

If you have something special in mind, please let us know. We are happy to discuss the best woods and customization for your needs.

 

Keep in mind that we do not make laying tools from laminated woods because the dye can run if it gets wet.

 

 

 

 

Hard Woods

Australian Burl - Exotic
Good for Pens, Pencils, Magnets, Seam Rippers, & Scissor Blocks
Bocote
Butternut
Canarywood
Cebil
Cherry
Cocobolo -Exotic
Granadillo
Holly
Katalox
Lemon Wood
Lignum Vitae -Exotic
Mahogany
Maple - Ambrosia
Maple -Birdseye
Maple
Marblewood
Mesquite
Olive -Exotic
Osage Orange
Pink Ivory -Exotic
Purpleheart
Rosewood- East Indian
Rosewood Honduran - Exotic
Rosewood Yucatan
Spalted Tamarind
Texas Ebony -Exotic
Walnut
Zebrawood
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Laminated Woods

Americana
Aqua Fire
Buckskin
Camo Extreme
Camo Supreme
Camo Supreme
Caribbean Wave
Confetti
Dark Knight
Desert Camo
Ember Glow
Firestorm
Green Mountain Camo
Gator Wood
Gem Wood
Holiday Cheer
Land & Sea
Macaw
Mayflower
Patriot
Pink Lady
Premier Camo
Rising Tide
Royal Camo
Royal Jacaranda
Ruby Ridge
Safari
Southwest
Tequila Sunrise
Terrain Camo
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